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1.was looking for anyone who has been on the rock, was curios about the water color and maybe how far it has moved toward dam from river arms.

2. and are the fish still at the old bank still or are they movin to the flooded timber

3. has water temp come up, i heard it dropped to mid 50's with all the rain

thanks for any info.

if i get toget out this next week i post any results

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1.was looking for anyone who has been on the rock, was curios about the water color and maybe how far it has moved toward dam from river arms.

2. and are the fish still at the old bank still or are they movin to the flooded timber

3. has water temp come up, i heard it dropped to mid 50's with all the rain

thanks for any info.

if i get toget out this next week i post any results

1.was looking for anyone who has been on the rock, was curios about the water color and maybe how far it has moved toward dam from river arms.

I can speak for Kimberling City Bridge to Indian Point (North Side of Dam) Water color Very good, Rivers Like the James and Long Creek is that muddy water moving down lake and is pure mud.. In Long Creek Mud Line is at State Park now heading towards the Dam

2. and are the fish still at the old bank still or are they movin to the flooded timber

YES TO BOTH!! Bushes and Pole Timber

3. has water temp come up, i heard it dropped to mid 50's with all the rain

Well some locations.. Worst I have found was 57 but I have found 60 to 61 Yesterday..

Driving over to Cow Creek Now to See if it is accessible..

Good Fishing...

Capt. Don

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thanks Don i plan on going hopefully wednesday, will give you some info when i do go . probably will stay inn cow area to save fuel.

heck i may go monday just about had all this sitting at home

glad to here that your wife is doing well.

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i have heard reports of fish with nightcrawlers in their bellies, as the flooding of the shoreline is driving up the nightcrawlers.

Sounds good in theory. Wish I was there to try it out. PB and J worms would seem to be the ticket. Hopefully, by the 14th when I get back down to the lake, I'll get a chance to try this out. Please keep the postings coming, so I can dream some until then.

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glennl, yes I had fish on Wednesday of last week just plain old full of crawlers, they were coming out of there gills.. So that report is very true.. Johnboy, thanks she is doing well.. Understand was going crazy myself.. Finally got out this morning, caught a few then got run off by the Lighting and rain..

Good Fishing Guys..

Don

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Are the ramps open now? If not, where are people putting in?

Most of these are good to go..

State Park Ramp (Dam Area)

Indian Point Ramp (Dam Area)

Cow Creek Ramp (Dam Area )

Mill Creek Ramp (Kimberling City)

Aunts Creek (Deep Water Ramp)

Others can add to this I'm sure most are starting to open back up...

Don

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Don, has the being pulled down caused the fish to not commit to the flooded stuff. i figure that with 3 foot of draw down in 3 day that those fish may stay at the old bank line or close to it. especially that they can get an easy night crawler meal.

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